The mountains are calling! Explore more mountains than any mountaineer! PeakFinder Earth makes it possible… and shows the names of all mountains and peaks with a 360° panorama display.
This functions completely offline – and worldwide!
PeakFinder knows more than 300’000 peaks - from Mount Everest to the little hill around the corner.
Winner of several prizes like 'Best of AppStore’‚ 'App of the Week', …
Highly recommended by macnewsworld.com, nationalgeographic.com, smokinapps.com, outdoor-magazin.com, themetaq.com, digital-geography.com, …
••• Features •••
- Works offline and worldwide
- Includes more than 300'000 peak names
- Realtime rendering of the surrounding landscapes in a range of 300km/200mil
- Digital telescope to select less prominent peaks
- 'Show me'-function for visible peaks
- Selection of the viewpoint by GPS, the peak directory or an (online) map
- Can fly like a bird from peak to peak and vertically upwards
- Shows the solar and lunar orbit with rise and set times
- Uses compass and motion sensors
- Weekly updates of the peak directory
••• Ratings •••
Every good rating (including those following updates) makes me happy. The positive ratings and reviews make it possible for me to continue to improve the app for you. Many thanks!
••• Support •••
In case of questions, problems, mistakes, missing mountain names and ideas for future expansion, I am happy to help you. Please write to [email protected]
••• Solar and lunar orbit •••
PeakFinder shows the solar and lunar orbit and the sunrise and sunset times.
With this you know when and where the sun rises and sets behind your favorite mountain.
••• Compass correction •••
If the panoramic view is still not aligned correcly after the calibration of the compass you may correct the alignment manually. Tap on the bottom of the screen and move the slider to the left or to the right.
••• Sliders •••
On the bottom left you'll find a button with sliders.
With these sliders you may correct the compass direction, set the visibility range, and change date/time of the solar and lunar orbit.